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3/30/15
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shuchita gautam

How Long Does Google Take to Crawl a Website to Index It?



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venkatt
3/30/15
venkatt
Crawling and indexing are processes which can take some time and which rely on many factors. In general, we cannot make predictions or guarantees about when or if your URLs will be crawled or indexed. When looking at a site's indexing in Webmaster Tools, make sure that you have both the "www" and the "non-www" versions (like "www.example.com" and "example.com") verified and have a set a preferred domain. Keep in mind that while a Sitemap file can help us learn about your site, it does not guarantee indexing or increase your site's ranking. 

3/30/15
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shuchita gautam
Thank you for your answer.

I have submitted a new sitemap, out of which the new links are not indexed yet.

Here you can check the new sitemap: https://werindia.com/sitemap.xml

Out of the 12 new submitted links 2 are indexed but other are not.

So, can you tell me how much time other links will take to get indexed. 
VSK Sathish
3/30/15
VSK Sathish
Hi Suchi

Wait for a till the evening or tommorow it will be indexed.
venkatt
3/30/15
venkatt
Here you can check the new sitemap: https://werindia.com/sitemap.xml

in which version you having in GWT( https://werindia.com or https://www.werindia.com) or http version?

You should submit the separate sitemap for sub domain through sub-domains only not from the main domain.
3/30/15
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shuchita gautam
In this vesrion:  

Why to submit a separate sitemap??? Is their any issue with this sitemap???


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4/10/15
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shuchita gautam
Hey John, Thank you for your reply!!!
 
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